• Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Information

    Due to the COVID-19 Shelter in Place and social distancing directives, the April 22, 2020 Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee meeting has been cancelled. The meeting will be rescheduled at a later date once these directives have been lifted. 

    If you have any questions regarding this notice please contact Patty Benavidez at benavidezpatricia@dublinusd.org, or 925-828-2551 ext 8174.


    Thank you for your interest in Dublin Schools! 
    If you are interested in applying for a position on the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee, please click on the link below for information on the application process. Vacancies are posted as they become available.
    In November 2004 the voters of Dublin approved a General Obligation Bond Measure designed to modernize our schools.  Measure C, a $184 million measure has been funding construction projects since 2005.  It will continue to fund projects until the last series of bonds has been sold, and the monies used for construction sometime after 2011.  All schools in the district are benefiting from Measure C funding.  School construction projects are among the most complex in the state.  Each project can take up to two years to complete, depending on scope and detail of the work to be performed.  For example, the Dublin High School renovation has a number of project phases and each is considered its own project.
    In June 2012 the voters of Dublin approved Measure E, a $99 million General Obligation Bond Measure designed to further modernize our schools by carrying on the work that began under Measure C. Measure E will provide 21st century learning facilities and state of the art teaching and operational technologies benefiting all schools in the District.

    In 2016 the voters of Dublin approved Measure H, a $283 million General Obligation Bond Measure designed to build new schools and classrooms, including the first phase of a future high school; provide up-to-date science labs, science equipment, and learning technology to support advanced instruction for a 21st century education; and improve energy and operational efficiency.
    With the passage of Measure C in 2004, the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee was formed.  Its charge is to monitor the expenditures of bond funds for Measures C , E and H to ensure they meet the criteria set forth in the original ballot bond measures.
    The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee agendas, minutes, reports, and information are available as PDFs below.

    Meeting briefs are available for sessions that do not yet have approved minutes for publishing.